God is doing some amazing things in Chile, South America. As the ministry has progressed, we’ve seen God open new doors of opportunity. Last year we started a project that has had an enormous impact on our family and ministry, and we’re trusting God to allow us to continue this project in 2013.
We’re looking for a godly young lady to make a 9 month commitment to invest in our ministry and to give us an opportunity to invest in you too! We’re praying for someone who has a heart for working with children, who is apt to teach, and who is ready to immerse herself in a foreign culture and learn from the Chilean people.
We need someone to teach American missionary children in a school setting using the Abeka video program. Each child will have their own video teacher whom they will watch. Your responsibility would be to follow lesson plans, organize materials, administer pre-made tests, grade papers, monitor the classroom, and carry out other administrative duties. Your investment in these children will create much needed time for Spanish speaking missionary wives to disciple and teach in the Chile Baptist College.
We also need help in another very important part of our ministry: Evangelistic English classes. God has blessed us with several church plants in Chile and we frequently organize semesters of English classes to reach out to the community. This simple fruit bearing ministry is very easy to carry out. And best of all, requires little or no Spanish speaking.
But we wouldn’t want you to live in Santiago for nine months without learning how to speak Spanish! We have arranged for a private tutor to teach you conversational Spanish 5 days a week. We also have a wonderful group of Chilean young people who will do their best to get you speaking quickly.
If these three activities aren’t enough to keep you busy, there are always plenty of other exciting things going on in the ministry in Chile. So you can jump in wherever you want and help even more. We believe you will finish your trip with a sense of accomplishment and a better understanding of mission work and the Chilean culture.
Although you will need to raise monthly missionary support; when you arrive in Chile, you will have no set-up expenses like a long-term missionary. So contact us very soon if you’re interested. We’d love to find out if our ministry would be a good fit for you.
If you are interested in more information about this ministry, email Lori Holt. Thanks!